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Big Embroidery

Author: Nancy Nicholson
Publisher: F+W Media, Inc.
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Big Embroidery is all about stitching beautiful designs up fast using yarn instead of embroidery thread. Designer and author of Modern Folk Embroidery, Nancy Nicholson, has created a collection of stunning designs based on traditional crewel work, and adapted them for a modern audience using everyday yarn. Crewel embroidery is traditionally done using 2-ply wool and stitched onto linen. Nancy shows how to get beautiful results using different types of yarn and fabric, including upholstery fabrics, woollens and tweeds, to create a collection of stunning quick-to-stitch projects. Choose from home decor items such as cushions, bags, wall hangings and table runners, as well as ideas for embellishing clothing. Nancy shows readers how to do all the key embroidery stitches with a stitch library featuring easy-to-follow diagrams of all the basic crewel embroidery stitches in detail.


Machine Embroidery Makes the Quilt

Author: Patty Albin
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Every quilter who owns or wants to own an embroidery machine needs this book! 6 classic projects with an elegant twist Inspiration for both beginners and experienced machine embroiderers Interpret favourite techniques like applique and embellishment in embroidery Advice on using the wonderful threads now available Includes CD with all the designs needed for the projects.


Creative Beginnings In Machine Embroidery

Author: Patty Albin
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Simple Steps to Beautiful Results from Your Embroidery Machine. Learn to use machine embroidery to enhance your projects. For all sewing machines with embroidery attachments-and every embroidery design. Add special touches to quilts, garments, accessories, home décor, and paper crafts! Patty takes the mystery out of stabilizers, threads, and tools. First-time embroiderer? No problem! Patty includes lots of photographs and detailed instructions with every step. Exercises will help you advance your skills. Experienced embroiderers will be inspired by Patty's ideas for combining embroidery with techniques like appliqué, fabric painting, and embellishment.


Creative Scarecrows

Author: Marcianne Miller
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Presents instructions for creating a variety of scarecrows, including such figures as movie characters, musicians, and animals, that stand still, rock back and forth, or flap their wings in the wind.


The American Woman Abroad

Author: Blanche McManus
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Lao Mien embroidery

Author: Ann Yarwood Goldman
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Embroidered Memories

Author: Brian Haggard
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Brian Haggard’s back…with a rich compendium bursting with hundreds of embroidery designs for quilting, wearables, gifts, and more. Full-size patterns (reduce or enlarge as needed for any project) for elegant lettering, flowers and vines, plus vintage and whimsical images can be traced or printed on transfer paper. Learn 13 basic stitches and how to mix and match 375 elements (plus 2 alphabets) to create a design that reflects your memories. Pay tribute to your heritage, celebrate your family, or show off your own personal flair with loving needlework. Includes beautiful gallery images of embroidered projects that are sure to inspire.


Embroidery by hand and by machine

Author: Angelika Orthaus
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Artful Machine Embroidery

Author: Bobbi Bullard
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Includes bonus CD of embroidery designs.


Threads

Author: Julia Blackburn
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Winner of the East Anglian Book of the Year 2015 Winner of the New Angle Book Prize 2017 John Craske, a Norfok fisherman, was born in 1881 and in 1917, when he had just turned thirty-six, he fell seriously ill. For the rest of his life he kept moving in and out of what was described as ‘a stuporous state’. In 1923 he started making paintings of the sea and boats and the coastline seen from the sea, and later, when he was too ill to stand and paint, he turned to embroidery, which he could do lying in bed. His embroideries were also the sea, including his masterpiece, a huge embroidery of The Evacuation of Dunkirk. Very few facts about Craske are known, and only a few scattered photographs have survived, together with accounts by the writer Sylvia Townsend Warner and her lover Valentine Ackland, who discovered Craske in 1937. So - as with all her books - Julia Blackburn’s account of his life is far from a conventional biography. Instead it is a quest which takes her in many strange directions - to fishermen’s cottages in Sheringham, a grand hotel fallen on hard times in Great Yarmouth and to the isolated Watch House far out in the Blakeney estuary; to Cromer and the bizarre story of Einstein’s stay there, guarded by dashing young women in jodhpurs with shotguns. Threads is a book about life and death and the strange country between the two where John Craske seemed to live. It is also about life after death, as Julia’s beloved husband Herman, a vivid presence in the early pages of the book, dies before it is finished. In a gentle meditation on art and fame; on the nature of time and the fact of mortality; and illustrated with Craske’s paintings and embroideries, Threads shows, yet again, that Julia Blackburn can conjure a magic that is spellbinding and utterly her own.